Sikkim Standoff : China can not risk a war in with India says experts

Sikkim Standoff : China can not risk a war in with India says experts

The Nepalese Prime Minister's visit will be preceded by a visit of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj who will visit Kathmandu to participate in the 15th meeting of foreign ministers of the BIMSTEC (Bay of Bengal Initiative for Multi-Sectoral Technical and Economic Cooperation) on August 10.

"Very early on Xi Jinping went to Delhi and tried to engage with Prime Minister Modi".

"You can report about what the Chinese soldiers are thinking about". In reality, it's nothing but China's psychological warfare.

"There are obviously differences between the two countries, in the Indian Ocean and other maritime areas".

"The rise in the cost of solar is a phenomenon that needs to be seen separately than that of the tension between India and China. What a curious country", Hu said, signing off.

In a new editorial on the Doklam standoff, Chinese state-run daily Global Times has once again warned that if Indian troops continue to linger on its soil, "countermeasures from China will be unavoidable", claiming that the Narendra Modi government is as "naive" as the Jawaharlal Nehru government of 1962. Although, taking the same liberty it said that India's position posed a challenge the sovereignty and independence of Bhutan. PerFirstPost, China is anxious about India investigating its 12 products in the past six months.

India, she said, is the only country in the world that opposes explicitly China's One Belt and One Road Initiative.

China urged India to immediately pull back the trespassing troops to the Indian side of the boundary and called on them to swiftly address the situation in a proper manner to restore peace and tranquility in the border region, Ren Guoqiang, a spokesperson for the defense ministry said in a statement posted on its website late Thursday night.

"We are working for some concrete outcomes during the visit", Mahara said.

The Chinese military must not be underestimated, Desai said.

She further said that it was fun to make rakhis in the house instead of purchasing from the market.

"China already has anti-dumping measures across Europe and the US". It fears the road would allow China to cut off India's access to its northeastern states.

"Some amount of import will be there because we have set ambitious targets, and therefore, we will have to import till the time we have manufacturing capabilities", he said.

China's government, state-run media, think tanks have been threatening India with military conflict nearly daily. "It can not be specific to renewables", said an official at the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy (MNRE). Bhutan has protested to China, saying the area belonged to it and accused Beijing of violating agreements that aim to maintain the status quo until the boundary dispute is resolved. Wang is leading a big team to Nepal, demonstrating Beijing's efforts to woo Nepal amid the rivalry with India and the Doklam standoff.



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